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    C&D recycling ordinances

    I am curious what other cities are doing as far as construction and demolition recycling ordinances in states that do not require it by law. What kind of ordinances are viable for a population of nearly 200,000 that will not put economic hardship on construction companies but will increase the amount of debris being recycled? Discussion and examples are welcome.

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    In California we are mandated by the former Integrated Waste Management Board (now abolished) to divert 50% of construction debris from landfills. In the cities I have work at, we screen projects depending on project value (>$50k) and size (>5000sf), making the applicant complete a form and collecting a deposit (usually $1500), which is returned after project completion and submitting proof that the waste was taken to an authorized facility.

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